The old diesel train stock on the Gainsborough Line has been replaced with new, longer, three-carriage trains, powered by diesel and electricity.
Public satisfaction with Suffolk’s roads has improved in the last year but nearly two thirds of motorists are still not happy, new figures show.
A Long Melford councillor criticised the financial obstacles preventing improvements at the junction of Westgate Street, The Green and Church Walk.
Pleas to address safety fears at a five-way junction have intensified – more than seven months after a formal request for improvements was submitted.
Changes to a controversial school transport policy in Suffolk have not been ruled out in 2020, as a study is due to be published in the New Year.
Villagers desperate to ensure the long-term future of an under-threat bus route say hardship and isolation would increase if the service is cancelled.
Changes to home-to-school transport in Suffolk have been described by the MP for South Suffolk as “unfair and unreasonable”.
An independent review into the controversial home-to-school transport policy has been announced.
A working party has been set up by regular passengers of the twice-weekly 112 bus service from Hadleigh to Sudbury, which is at risk of folding.
Plans for a major review of parking in Sudbury and Hadleigh have been tabled, which could see fresh measures to support public transport.
The council's new Conservative education chief Mary Evans has apologised to affected parents and vowed for lessons to be learnt.
Concerns over bus cuts has prompted a Sudbury town and county councillor to urge a bus company to reconsider changes to its transport service.
The Suffolk School Bus Campaign claims data released under the Freedom of Information Act contradicts the county council’s previous statements.
Stressed parents have called for a review of Suffolk’s school transport policy, after describing their anxiety over the first few weeks of term.
Parent campaigners against controversial changes to school transport have vowed to keep up the pressure on under-fire education chiefs.
Cuts to a key bus service to and from Sudbury have been described as discriminatory to elderly passengers who may face new charges due to the changes.